Darren Harriott And John Hastings

Birmingham's own Darren Harriott has been smashing it of late, appearing on Comedy Central's the comedy bus, BBC1's Live At The Apollo, BBC2's Mock The WEek, and The Apprentice: You're fired.

He's back with anothe r blockbuster of a show, hitting edinburgh for the thirs time with an hour of his uncompromising takes on race, masculinity and identity in Good Heart Yute.

Best Newcomer Nominee Darren considers himself a good person. Now he's 30 and he's never been in love. It can't always be someone else's fault?

Learning more about himself and realising maybe he's never actually been happy with who is, join Darren for his trademark passion and insightful wit as he tries to work himself out.


Comedy Central's John Hastings moved from the UK to Hollywood (the LA one, not the Birmingham one) in September and since then he has had quite a year
He lost his grandfather (he died so who can say where he is now), entered into an open relationship with his girlfriend (they have not acted on it yet so come hear if that all ended in tears).

But the question on everyones lips this year is Will John continue his tradition of storytelling and philosophical toilet humour with an hour based around generational politics, sexual politics and political correctness? Or will it be an hour of intelligent fart jokes? Come and find out for yourself! (Hint: there's only one fart joke and its not that intelligent)

PLUS MC Paul Savage


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Performance times

Rose Villa Tavern, Birmingham

172 Warstone Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands, B18 6JW

Tue 2 Jul

£5.50 / 0121 236 7910

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